Welcome to Green Apple Pediatric and Family Dentistry! From the moment you walk through the entry doors of our office, you will discover an inviting, kid-friendly family atmosphere. You will be greeted by our practice associates who are dedicated to providing exceptional care services. We are pleased to promote a positive environment to help your child develop a positive experience as they begin their lifetime journey to maintain a healthy smile as part of an overall healthy lifestyle. Adult and pediatric dentistry with a holistic approach for the Southwest Austin, Oak hill, Cedar Valley, Dripping Springs communities. Biocompatibility testing available!
Now Offering Family Dentistry Services & Braces!
We are a Mercury-safe office!
Meet the Doctors
Dr. Maria Evelina Guerrero, aka Dr. Evy, is a Board Certified pediatric dentist who graduated from the University of Texas Health Science Center Dental School in San Antonio in 2008 and received her certificate in pediatric dentistry in 2010 from the same institution.
Dr. Edward J. Gonzalez was born in New York City, where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Polytechnic University. He worked as an engineer for Amoco Corporation and NASA in Houston for eight years.
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